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Travel Blogs from Phetchaburi
... men went out in their cars and picked up the monks and brought them back.
The monks prayed and chanted before they ate. The family and friends joined in the prayers. Then everyone served food to the monks. When they had started eating, all the friends and family were allowed to eat as well. When the monks had finished eating, one came out and blessed everyone around the tables.
I can't remember if ...
... tells me that everything i see is handmade. So every intricate detail on the temples and surrounds is hand carved. It never fails to impress me.
After lunch, we went to visit more temples around the city. They were all as beautiful as each other. I was told that there were almost 300 temples in Phetchaburi (I think that means the whole district though). That's an incredible amount of places for a limited population.
We saw the building ...
... that post offices are stupidly busy no matter which country you're in. We waited there for ages.
When we left, it started raining. So we headed back to the house because Gayoon had to meet someone and we wanted to see how long the rain would last in case we could do some sightseeing. This gave me the perfect chance to use the pack of playing cards I didn't use on the travelling part of this holiday (and also a chance to listen to the ...
... food is excellent.
Dinner done we ventured outside for a wander and have a look at some of the displays and a bit of window shopping. The elephants were fed with bananas and everyone got a good close up of them.
We saw the elephants doing a show performing how they pull logs, entered the water to cool off, drink and dance.
Moving into the large auditorium we saw a cultural show of:
b. Thai Boxing, ...
We checkout of the ibis and in fact Bangkok, the sun high and hardly a cloud in the sky after a brief storm passed overnight clearing the smoggy air... A great day to travel with the wind blowing in the right direction... With 2 hours to kill we left our baggage at Bangkok Rail Station and followed our feet for a stroll in the heat. Without plan or knowing ...
Other places to stay in Phetchaburi
555 Moo 1, Tambol Rai-Som, Amphur Muang, Phetchaburi | Hotelfrom $23
259/9 Cha-am Beach, Phetchaburi | Hotelfrom $25
80/1-5 Moo 1 Anamai Rd., Phetchaburi | Hotelfrom $84
82/6 Moo 6, Petchkasem Rd., Had Chao Samran, Amphur Muang, Phetchaburi | Hotelfrom $40